Eimor Customs is one of the most well known and reputed bike mod house in India. In past, they have modified various bikes into their more classy looking versions but Royal Enfield bikes are their speciality. Joining the ranks today is the Concord, a custom bobber built for one of their clients. The Concord is based on the Classic 350 which is the top-selling model of Royal Enfield. Before we move onto the details of this beautiful bike, savour it for a moment by checkout out the pictures below.
Without a doubt, this is one of the cleanest looking mod jobs based on a Royal Enfield motorcycle we have seen of late. The donor bike, as mentioned before, is a 2014 model Royal Enfield Classic. It has been given the classic bobber treatment and the end result is quite ravishing, to say the least. One of the most striking elements of the Concord is its ribbed fat tires shod onto spoked rims in the typical old school bobber manner. The mod house branding in white on the side walls also adds a hint of coolness to the bike.
The front end gets a new headlamp with a unique number plate design, placed alongside the headlight cowl. The triple-T has been widened to accommodate the fat tires. Both the front and rear fenders have been chopped short which add to the bike’s bobber looks. A headlight is a custom unit while the instrument cluster layout is also new. Another interesting bit on the Concord is the angled peanut fuel tank with a black strip running along its length. This is followed by a single piece saddle with springs underneath that shouts bobber from all angles. The extended foot levers with the mod house’s name engraved on it another special touch which is why these bikes are called ‘customised’
The fuel tank cap is an engraved with an olive leaves design along with the name of the client’s mother, which is a personalization touch given by the guys at Eimor Customs. Moving on, the rear swingarm is extended a bit to give the bike a more squatty stance reminiscent of the bobbers of old. The bike hasn’t been given many mechanical and structural changes and the vision here was to create a clean looking bobber with minimal tearing of the frame. The unique greyish-blue paint shade is another thing that makes the Concord quite a looker.
The tail light is a single piece unit mounted at the end of the rear fender. The front and rear indicators have been replaced with circular units that are more in lieu of the theme of the bike. A modified Royal Enfield bike feels incomplete without a custom exhaust and the same has been not missed out here. The Concord gets a custom silencer that is blacked out towards its end and we are sure it produces some rather sonorous notes. The total cost of this project is around Rs. 2 lakh, which is quite justifiable looking at the quality of the work done on the bike. Hat tip to the guys at Eimor Customs then for bringing this beauty into the world.
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